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By Jim Gibney (for the Irish News)
Carried by election workers in open arms the first votes arrived in a
trickle. Over a five-hour period the trickle became a tributary, then a
stream, then a river, before the river burst its banks like a pent-up
electoral dam and delivered for Sinn Féin its first ever assembly seat
in Lagan Valley.
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